The Beatles Story

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Recommended for children from the following age groups:
  • 3-7
  • 7-12
  • 12-16

The Beatles Story is a unique museum dedicated to the life and work of the Beatles.

Among the extensive exposition you will find a lot of various personal memorabilia of the big four, unique photographs, including 38 black-and-white pictures by Paul Berriff, made during a tour with singer Helen Shapiro, musical instruments of the band, albums. With audio guides available in ten languages ​​listen to the beautiful stories on the members of the band and about the band itself, the voice in the guide belongs to Julia - John Lennon's sister.

Interesting is also the exhibition "Elvis & Us," with music, multimedia projection, allowing visitors to experience the great power of the music of both of the Beatles and Elvis Presley.

Not forgotten are also the youngest visitors, for which the Beatles Story Discovery Zone has been created with a large interactive screen and stage to dance. Children can not only listen to the music here, but also create their own newspaper or play melodies on the big piano.

After visiting the Beatles Story museum, pay a visit to the newly opened branch at the Pier Head - Terry Mersey terminal with the Fab4D cinema, providing unique special effects. In addition to the theater you can also see an exhibition of interesting memorabilia associated with the band and many rare photographs.

There is also a Fab4Store offering a large selection of souvenirs and a café.

The Beatles Story

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Britannia Vaults  Kings Dock St, Liverpool L3 4AD, Great Britain

Opening days and hours:

Open Monday to Sunday from 1 April to 31 October, 9:00-19:00, from 1 November to 31 March at 10:00-18:00. Last entry one hour before closing

Tickets adults:
15,95 GBP
Tickets children:
children from 5-16 years of age: 7 GBP



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Updated on

Thursday, 21 March 2013

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